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Losing Weight With Obstructive Sleep Apnea

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With 2019 just around the corner, many people around the country are already thinking about their upcoming New Year’s resolutions. And one of the most popular resolutions of all time is to lose weight in the coming year. So if this is your goal, and you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), then feel proud that you are already taking a big step towards improving your health across the board. Both obesity and OSA have similar side effects....

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Six Things That Make Sleep Apnea Worse

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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common issue for many Americans, to be sure. It’s estimated that roughly 22 million Americans suffer from this sleeping disorder, with approximately 80% of cases in the moderate and even severe range. And if you have been diagnosed with OSA, (or suspect you have a problem with your sleep), you know that the more severe the condition is, the harder it is to handle. Moderate and severe OSA links to: ...

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Sleep Supplements and When to Take Them

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Though many sleep aids and obstructive sleep apnea don’t mix well, over-the-counter supplements may be a viable solution for folks who are struggling with falling or staying asleep. Gentler and milder than their prescription counterparts, these supplements can help with various issues with your sleeping habits – from trying to get into a sleepy state of mind, to staying at rest without waking up throughout the night. So if you’re...

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Three Dangerous Sleep Myths to Ignore

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There are all sorts of rules and guidelines when it comes to getting a good night’s rest. We’ve all heard that a glass of warm milk can help you sleep, or that you should try to get at least eight hours of sleep every night. And for the most part, many of these guidelines are wholly accurate. However, there are a few sleep myths that won’t help you rest well. So with this in mind, make sure you ignore the following myths that mig...

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Can Technology Actually Improve Your Sleep?

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There are some inherent drawbacks when it comes to modern technology and our sleeping habits to be sure. For example, looking at laptop, phone, and tablet screens before bedtime can interfere with our circadian rhythms and sleep cycles. Meanwhile, there are endless distractions always available online that can keep our minds active when we should be sleeping instead. However, there are a number of technological advancements that can actua...

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Five Reasons to Sleep Well in Winter

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The wintertime is just around the corner! And with it comes a mixture of chilly temperatures, longer nights, and big holiday events that revolve around food, family and friends. So if you want to enjoy every aspect of the winter season, without feeling tired, sick, or overwhelmed, there’s a simple thing you can do to make the season bright – namely, sleep! A lack of sleep can interfere with so much of our lives. And if you have a c...

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How to Wake Up Refreshed and Ready Everyday

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If you are not a natural “morning person,” don’t worry - you’re certainly not alone! Many people struggle with waking up in the morning, and can feel groggy for minutes or even hours after they first open their eyes. Would you like to be more alert and refreshed when you first crawl out of bed? Or maybe just want to have an extra boost of energy that lingers throughout the day? There are a few things you can do to make the t...

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Reasons You Aren’t Getting Quality Sleep

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It’s not uncommon to have a few sleepless nights on occasion. Virtually everyone has experienced a bad night’s rest due to stress, a busy schedule, or other factors that impair our ability to get the sleep we need. But if a lack of rest is becoming a regular routine, it could easily be a sign of a deeper issue that needs to be addressed. Sleeping disorders and conditions, like sleep apnea, often start to become noticeable with the ons...

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Overcoming Sleep Apnea and Weight Gain

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One of the biggest problems with obstructive sleep apnea is that it is linked to so many other conditions. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is correlated with a myriad of health issues, including: Type II diabetes High blood pressure Mood disorders like depression And the more severe your sleep apnea is, the greater the risks go up for exacerbating any of these conditions. And one of the most common side effects when it comes t...

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OSA Makes You Lose More Than Just Sleep

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A recent study in the United States has found that more than a third of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) sufferers regularly miss out on previously enjoyed hobbies, events, and activities. This is all due to excessive daytime sleepiness because of the condition.   How Sleep Apnea Affects Your Daily Life The Harris Poll conducted the study, with Jazz Pharmaceuticals as its sponsor. It targeted 300 Americans who were diagnosed with OSA ...

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